|Botanical Name||Crassula ovata|
|Purpose||houseplant, decorative plant, indoor gardening decoration|
|Soil Specific||For Jade plants needs aerating and proper draining. Add coconut coir and Pine bark to make the soil|
|Fertilization||Use a high-nitrogen, soluble plant food, such as a 10-20-10 formula.|
|Growth Rate||Slow frowth|
|Landscape Use||Lucky plants, decorative purpose, houseplant|
|Temperature Deg Celsius||The best daytime temperature for them is 65-75 F. (18-24 C). Cold weather and damp weather are not g|
|Sunlight||Does not require much (5-6 hours of indirect light is plenty)|
|Water||Watering should do only when the top 2 to 3 inches soil dry out.|
|Humidity||Low humidity is best for Jade plants. 30 to 50% humidity is perfect.|
Jade plant is also considered a lucky symbol/sign for money. Its other names are "Money Plant," “Dollar Plant," "Lucky Plant," and "Friendship Plant."
It's a kind of succulent. Jade plant does not require much care, but if you tend it correctly, it can last a lifetime. You can nurture Jade plants into a Bonsai, and it can also grow into a large, beautiful shrub. Many public and private places are decorated with Jade plant.
The botanical name is Crassula ovata. It has meaty green leaves that sometimes look like the head of a spoon, and smaller ones look like little droplets. Jade plants are native to South Africa, but people around the world keep it as a houseplant.